Introduction to Ad Creatives
The Art of Writing Great Headlines
Choosing the Perfect Image for Your Content
Using your own impression tracker
Adding a widget to your site
Testing the widget on a live site
Testing the widget in your test environment
Selecting articles to recommend
Elements of an article recommendation
Images in content recommendations
Can I have more than one widget?
How do I add multiple widgets to a page?
How do I add a widget in an iframe or through Ad Manager?
Does the widget work with infinite scroll?
Can I use the widget in WordPress?
Will the widget affect my Google ranking or SEO?
Will the Strossle widget slow down my website?
How does Strossle measure impressions?
Updated by Joakim Stenberg
For WordPress sites we recommend to add our widget tags either hard-coded in a child theme, or by using a third-party plugin.
For more information about child-themes, see https://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes.
One WordPress plugin that works with our widget code is called ‘Add widget after content’, available on https://wordpress.org/plugins/add-widget-after-content.